Updated on March 24th, 2021 at 06:52 pm

Spending time with friends?  Catching a concert?  Enjoying the fair food?  All of these are simple activities until drinking is involved.  Alcohol complicates simple activities, because “just one more before I go” can be that one drink that puts you over the legal limit.  If you are headed to the Washington County Fair (7/23-7/28), make arrangements for a designated sober driver, limit your own alcohol intake, or volunteer to be the sober driver.  Any person caught with a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) over the legal limit will be arrested for a Wisconsin DUI.

Determining Your BAC at the Washington County Fair

Determining BAC may seem like a simple task, but it is much more involved than just gender, weight, and the amount of drinks a person consumes.  Factors such as smoking, eating, exercise, and medical conditions also play a role in determining BAC.  Each person has a different threshold on any given day or night.  A Wisconsin DUI will be affected by the fried food consumed, the amount of physical activity (walking around the fairgrounds), etc.

Driving Sober v. Driving Drunk

A Wisconsin DUI law enforcement officer will conduct traffic stops and arrest any person getting behind the wheel intoxicated.  Signs of a drunk driver include the inability to walk to his/her vehicle, a person fumbling with keys, rate of acceleration, speed, and ability to maneuver a vehicle in a safe manner, etc. These are among the many clues that provide reason for an officer to conduct a traffic stop for a Wisconsin DUI.

Fight your Wisconsin DUI with DUI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen

If you have been charged with a Wisconsin DUI, whether at the Washington County Fair or anywhere else, do not hesitate to contact Wisconsin DUI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen.  Named 2013 Leading Lawyer for DUI Defense in Wisconsin by M Magazine, Wisconsin DUI Defense Attorney Nathan J. Dineen has the knowledge and ability to aggressively fight your Wisconsin DUI charge.  Contact him at 877-384-6800 for a Free Case Review.